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The Lost City


Published February 3, 2008


LibriVox recording of The Lost City by Joseph E. Badger, Jr, [Read by Kehinde.]

Bruno and Waldo Gillespie are orphaned brothers living with the extremely eccentric Professor Phaeton Featherwit. One day they set off in one of the professor's machines to investigate a tornado at close range and accidentally get sucked into it! They are then transported by the tornado and find themselves in a barren, uncharted wasteland wherein lies a city-- a long lost Aztec city! Find out what happens next to the brothers and the professor in this harrowing and exhilarating adventure! Summary by Kehinde

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Date 2008-02-03
Source Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Run time 6:38:55


Reviews

Reviewer: Timothy Ferguson - - September 20, 2011
Subject: Good, but a few odd twists in the plot
They seem to be saved by friendly strangers a few too many times, and bears are psychopathic killing machines in this book. So, the plots a bit...odd.

The read is good, though.
Reviewer: FNH - - March 31, 2009
Subject: Free Audio Review
This is a classic adventure story. In some respects similar to "King Solomons Mines". In KSM the heroes went looking for adventure, but in this story they whisked away into adventure without any choice in the matter.

The characters are homely enough and in the usual vein of character that is honourable and good hearted. They are thrown into some horrid situations and you just know it's going to come to blows. In fact it comes to a fascinating and bloody climax!

Its a long book, running to over six and a half hours, so if you have a boring Sunday in the offing this might well be worth downloading. I can just imagine curling up with this book in my ears on the sofa with snacks and drinks to hand.

The reading is okay and the sound is fine, ans all round easy listen.

Read more of my reviews of the free audio I've found on the web at http://FreeAudioReview.blogspot.com/
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